If you're short on minifigs, you can always supplement with droids
motorhead fan wrote:if you like that kind of thing, you could make some kind of post apoc army wearing dark coloured clothes
Rev. Sylvanus wrote:If you go clone, think about a second accent color you. Could add to make it stand out. Whit and black is pretty cliche. Look up halo 3000's army for an example. He included orange (I think) to arms and legs to both good and unique effect.
pkbrennan wrote:Remember that themed do not have to mean uniform. My main force, the Anarcho-Syndicalist Adventurer's Guild, have a very strong theme even though most of the minifigs are individuals. There I have basically taken Indiana Jones minifigs with Pharaoh's Quest, Adventurers and Series 1-11 minifigs that are thematically correct to make the bulk of my forces.
My Prussian Empire forces are very uniformed, but this force I am building up very slowly and deliberately from scratch.
The Aegyptus force is made up of Pharaoh's Quest mummies with Cleopatra from the minifig series' as Hero. I need more mummies and some Anubis Guard minifigs. I might add a load of the more recent skeleton minifigs (type two) for a unit variation. Maybe make the gold mummie a necromancer? Again, this will be built up very slowly as and when I can be bothered.
Silent-sigfig wrote:Dark blue or dark red would make a good secondary color.
Battlegrinder wrote:Silent-sigfig wrote:Dark blue or dark red would make a good secondary color.
Maybe so, but the cost issue still comes up,
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